Connecting OHP members in Marion & Polk Counties with mental health and alcohol & drug services.

  • IT’S OKAY NOT TO FEEL OKAY
  • BEHAVIORAL HEALTH IS ESSENTIAL
  • PREVENTION WORKS
  • TREATMENT IS EFFECTIVE
  • PEOPLE RECOVER

Find Mental Health or Alcohol & Drug Providers: 503.361.2778

Crisis Hotlines

Marion County

Psychiatric Crisis Center: 503.585.4949
Youth & Family Crisis Center: 503.576.4673

Polk County

Crisis Services: 503.623.9289
After 5pm: 503.581.5535

Key Numbers to Know

Community Resources: 211
OHP Info & Enrollment: 800.699.9075
Transportation: 1.844.544.1397
Warm Line: 800.698.2392

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FAQs

What is the Behavioral Care Network?

The BCN is a local organization that contracts with WVCH to manage the mental health and alcohol & drug benefits for Oregon Health Plan members. The BCN contracts with many providers in the region who offer a range of services.

Do I need a referral from my doctor?

Mental health and alcohol and drug services do not require a referral from your primary care doctor. They are also provided free of charge to Members.

How do I get an appointment?

We encourage you to contact one of our Access Coordinators at 503-361-2778 who will help match you up with providers who can meet your needs or…

You can also contact individual providers. Visit the Mental Health Services and Alcohol & Drug Services pages on our website to view the lists of our providers and their websites.

What mental health services are covered?

  • Assessment/Evaluation
  • Case Management
  • Care Coordination
  • Counseling/Therapy – Individual, Family and/or Group
  • Crisis Support
  • Employment Support
  • Medication Management (psychiatric medications)
  • Peer Support Services
  • Skills Training
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